The vegan chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters are trending right now, and for good reason! These strawberry yogurt bites are so easy to make, delicious, and definitely live up to the hype! They are ready in 10 minutes, no baking required, and are such a simple and healthy snack to have during the week. They even make the best dessert! So, all you need is 10 minutes and 4 ingredients and you’ve got the best, easiest snack/dessert!
I saw these berry yogurt clusters trending on TikTok and Instagram, so I figured I would give these a try. I expected them to taste great, but they tasted SO amazing and I was so impressed with how simple and easy they are to make. These clusters are also easily customizable, as I made mine vegan by using vegan oat-based yogurt and vegan chocolate chips.
Ingredients needed for these vegan chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters – and ingredient substitutes
- Strawberries. You can definitely use blueberries here too! I love the strawberry and chocolate combo.
- Maple Syrup. I love using this as a sweetener because I used plain unsweetened vegan yogurt. You can add more or less maple syrup, depending how sweet you like it.
- Yogurt. I used an oat-based vegan yogurt that is plain unsweetened. You can definitely use any type of yogurt you like for this!
- Chocolate + Coconut oil. You can chop up a chocolate bar or use chocolate chips, and add a little bit of coconut oil to melt the chocolate and make it super smooth.
Tips on making these chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters
- Chop up your strawberries into small pieces. I like making sure the strawberries are chopped up into tiny pieces so it mixes well with the yogurt. Plus, when you freeze them it will be easier to eat when the strawberries are not as big.
- Freeze the yogurt and strawberry mixture while melting your chocolate. Ensure to freeze your mixture of berries, yogurt, and maple syrup on a baking tray for about 20-30 minutes before dipping them in chocolate. You want to make sure they’re frozen completely so they don’t melt while you’re coating them in the chocolate.
- Freeze your clusters once you dip them in chocolate. I’ve seen some people put their clusters in the fridge for this step, but I recommend placing them back in the freezer so they don’t become soggy. The chocolate will also start to harden while you’re dipping the yogurt clusters in, so you’ve got to work quickly!
How long do these yogurt clusters last?
You can keep these vegan chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters in the freezer for up to one month. I would recommend placing them in the fridge for about 10 minutes before you’re about to eat them so they have time to thaw out.
Craving more no-bake goodness?
- If you’re on a berry and chocolate kick, you will love my Vegan No Bake Berry Oat Cups. Trust me and make these!
- My Healthy Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Hearts are another amazing no-bake option and perfect for the chocolate and peanut butter lovers!
- Craving a healthy mid-morning snack? There’s nothing like my No Bake Banana Bread Energy Balls that are packed with protein!
Vegan Chocolate Covered Strawberry Yogurt Clusters
- 7 medium sized strawberries, = 1 cup chopped strawberries
- 3/4 cup vegan plain yogurt
- 1 tbsp maple syrup, or 2 – adjust to how sweet you like it
- 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- Line a baking tray with parchment paper and set aside.
- Cut the stem off your strawberries, chop them into small pieces and place in a medium-sized bowl.
- To your bowl, add in maple syrup and vegan yogurt and stir to combine.
- Using a tablespoon, scoop the yogurt covered berries and drop spoonfuls onto your baking tray. Place in the freezer for 20-30 minutes.
- In the meantime, melt your chocolate by combining chocolate and coconut oil in a bowl and microwave in 25-30 second increments until chocolate is fully melted and smooth.
- Take yogurt clusters out of the freezer and dip both sides in the chocolate. Place back on baking tray and put back in the freezer for another 15-20 minutes. Optional: top with flaky salt before enjoying!